Bolton Wanderers talisman Kevin Davies has set his sights on finishing his career at the Reebok Stadium.
The 33-year-old striker, who recently won his first England cap, joined the Trotters in the summer of 2003 from Southampton and has since racked up more than 300 appearances for Wanderers in all competitions.
Davies told the Bolton News: "Bolton has become home to me now, we're very settled in the area and have some great friends here.
"The local people have been amazing for us. I don't think I can recall one instance where we've had any bother.
"The football is as good as it's ever been and living in the town I get a lot of feedback - long may that continue.
"In terms of football, I'd like to finish my career at Bolton and then hopefully stay in the game.
"I'm not sure what level it would be at, but right now I'm trying to enjoy this season and next season when my contract takes me to and then go from there."